The Northland Auto Group – three auto dealerships in Prince George (Northland Dodge, Northland Nissan & Northland Hyundai) – in partnership with AutoCanada (parent company), will be giving support to the fire evacuees of Williams Lake and other surrounding areas with a $25,000 donation directly to one or more local organizations.
The donation from Northland is to help provide relief and family reunification as well as financial assistance so individuals and families can get the food, clothing, shelter, and needs to help them recover from this tragedy.
“We recognize how distressing the evacuation is for those in Williams Lake and other areas, and our hearts go out to all those affected — which includes many of our own customers, family and friends. We are proud to be able to help in this way and hope the donation will give those evacuated relief and comfort during this stressful time,” Kyle Bachman and Peter Sia, dealer principals, Northland Auto Group in a joint statement.
Northland Auto Group is committed to giving back to the communities it serves by investing in local organizations that foster the broadest reach, betterment and impact on the overall health and welfare of families, men, women, children and animals, said the statement. The Northland Auto Group is part of the AutoCanada family – one of Canada’s largest multi-location automobile dealership groups, currently operating 57+ franchised dealerships, comprised of 65 franchises, which represents 20 brands in 8 provinces and has over 4,250 employees across Canada.
The official announcement will be made at 10 a.m. Wednesday morning at Northland Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram located at 2844 Recplace Drive,